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Dehradun

 

The checklist of Dehradun and adjoining hills
Compiled by Bikram Grewal March 2002 – Revised June 2003

 
 

The area under discussion is the Dehradun Valley and its neighbouring hills, starting with the River Ganga to the east and the River Yamuna to the west. The north encompasses the hills of Chakrata, Mussoorie and Dhaunalti. The south takes in the relevant portion of the Rajaji National Park.

This checklist has been based on various sources. BB Omaston was the first (1935) to do a systematic checklist of Dehradun and its adjourning hills. This checklist though detailed is now both outdated and quaint. Subsequently two local bird-watchers (based in the Forest Research Institute) produced sensible and detailed checklists. The first was D. Mohan's "Birds of New Forest, Dehra Dun, India" (1996) which was subsequently incorporated in AP Singh's (2000) excellent " Birds of lower Garhwal and neighboring hills". Another useful checklist published in 1994 was Pandey et al "Birds of the Rajaji National Park" All of the above three were published in the Forktail, the journal of the Oriental Bird Club.

The attached checklist is primarily based on the above but has drawn, as well, on the writings of other observers like R Fleming, Nitin Jamdar, SA Hussain ,Sudhir Vyas. First-hand reports of recent visitors like Bill Harvey, Nikhil Devasar, KB Singh, Mike Prince, Sumit Sen et al have also been incorporated. The compiler, who is a part time resident of Dehradun, has been birdwatching in the area for several years. This update owes a special debt to Arun P. Singh who kindly summarised the most recent new records for me

A select bibliography is attached after the checklist. A detailed bibliography of the area is available with the compiler and he will be happy to provide it to those who may require it.

For the sake of convenience the checklist has been broken down into four areas, viz.:The Forest Research Institute (1), the town and surrounding Valley (2), Rajaji National Park (3), and the Hills (4). Status is given, showing resident as R, winter visitors as W, summer migrants as S and vagrants as V. The old names are given in brackets ( ).

"delhibird" The Northern India Bird Network and the compiler will be happy to discuss omissions, commissions, updates and corrections. Please correspond directly with Bikram Grewal at biks@vsnl.com

1. Chukar R Alectoris chukar(4)

2. Black Francolin (Black Partridge) R Francolinus francolinus(1,2,3,4)

3. Grey Francolin (Grey Partridge) R Francolinus pondicerianus(1,2,3,4)

4. Common Quail RW Coturnix coturnix(2)

5. Rain Quail (Black-breasted Quail) R CoturniX coromandelica(2)

6. Blue-breasted Quail R CoturniX chinensis(2)

7. Jungle Bush Quail R Perdicula asiatica(2)

8. Hill Partridge(Common Hill Partridge) R Arborophila torqueola(4)

9. Western Tragopan R Tragopan melanocephalus(4)

10. Koklass Pheasant R Pucrasia macrolopha(4)

11. Himalayan Monal (Impeyan Pheasant) R Lophophorus impejanus(4)

12. Red Junglefowl R Gallus gallus(1,2,3)

13. Kalij Pheasant R Lophura l hamiltonii(1,2,3,4)

14. Cheer Pheasant (Chir Pheasant) R Catreus wallichii(4)

15. Indian Peafowl (Common Peafowl, Blue Peafowl) R Pavo cristatus(1,2,3)

16. Lesser Whistling-duck (Lesser Whistling-teal, Lesser Treeduck) R Dendrocygna javanica(2)

17. Greylag Goose W Anser anser(2)

18. Bar-headed Goose W Anser indicus(2)

19. Ruddy Shelduck (Ruddy Sheldrake) R Tadorna ferruginea(2,3)

20. Common Shelduck W Tadorna tadorna(2)

21. Comb Duck R Sarkidiornis melanotos(2)

22. Cotton Pygmy-goose (Cotton Teal) R Nettapus coromandelianus(2)

23. Gadwall W Anas strepera(2)

24. Falcated Duck (Falcated Teal ) V Anas falcata(2,3)

25. Eurasian Wigeon (Wigeon) W Anas penelope(2,3)

26. Mallard W Anas platyrhynchos(2,3)

27. Spot-billed Duck (Spotbil Duck, Spotbill) R Anas poecilorhyncha(2,3)

28. Northern Shoveler (Shoveller) W Anas clypeata(2,3)

29. Northern Pintail (Common Pintail, Pintail) W Anas acuta(2,3)

30. Garganey W Anas querquedula(2)

31. Common Teal W Anas crecca(1,2,3)

32. Marble Duck (Marble Teal) V Marmaronetta angustirostris (2)

33. Red-crested Pochard W Rhodonessa rufina(2,3)

34. Common Pochard W Aythya ferina(2,3)

35. Ferruginous Pochard (Ferruginous Duck, White-eyed Pochard) W Aythya nyroca(2,3)

36. Baer’s Pochard V Aythya baeri (2)

37. Tufted Duck (Tufted Pochard) W Aythya fuligula(2,3)

38. Greater Scaup (Scaup Duck) V Aythya marila (3)

39. Long-tailed Duck(Long-tail Duck) V Clangula hyemalis(2)

40. Common Merganser (Goosander, Merganser) R Mergus merganser(2,3)

41. Small Buttonquail (Little Bustardquail, Little buttonquail) R Turnix sylvatica(1,2)

42. Barred Buttonquail (Common Bustardquail, Barred Bustard-Quail) R Turnix suscitator(2)

43. Eurasian Wryneck(Wryneck) W Jynx torquilla(1,2,3)

44. Speckled Piculet(Spotted Piculet) R Picumnus innominatus(1,2,4)

45. White-browed Piculet (Rufous Piculet) R Sasia ochracea(2)

46. Brown-capped Pygmy Woodpecker (Brown-capped Woodpecker, Brown-crowned Pigmy) R Dendrocopos nanus(2,3,4)

47. Grey-capped Pygmy Woodpecker (Grey-crowned Pigmy Woodpecker, Grey-capped Woodpecker) R Dendrocoposcanicapillus(1,2,3)

48. Brown-fronted Woodpecker (Brown-fronted Pied Woodpecker) R Dendrocopos auriceps(1,2,4)

49. Fulvous-breasted Woodpecker (Fulvous-breasted Pied Woodpecker) R Dendrocopos mace(1,2,3,4)

50. Yellow-crowned Woodpecker (Yellow-fronted Woodpecker) R Dendrocopos mahrattensis(2,3,4)

51. Rufous-bellied Woodpecker (Rufous-bellied Sapsucker) R Dendrocopos hyperythrus(2,4)

52. Himalayan Woodpecker (Himalayan Pied Woodpecker) R Dendrocopos himalayensis(4)

53. Rufous Woodpecker (Brown Woodpecker) R Celeus brachyurus(2,4)

54. Lesser Yellownape (Lesser Yellow-naped Woodpecker) R Picus chlorolophus(1,2,3,4)

55. Greater Yellownape (Greater Yellow-naped Woodpecker) R Picus flavinucha(2,4)

56. Streak-throated Woodpecker (Little Scaly-bellied Green Woodpecker) R Picus xanthopygaeus(1,2,3,4)

57. Scaly-bellied Woodpecker (Large scaly-bellied Woodpecker) R Picus squamatus(1,2)

58. Grey-headed Woodpecker (Black-naped Green Woodpecker, Black-naped Woodpecker) R Picus canus(1,2,3,4)

59. Himalayan Flameback (Himalayan Goldenback) R Dinopium shorii(2,3,4)

60. Black-rumped Flameback (Lesser Golden-backed Woodpecker, Black-rumped Goldenback) R Dinopium benghalense(1,2,3,4)

61. Greater Flameback (Larger Golden-backed Woodpecker, Greater Goldenback) R Chrysocolaptes lucidus(1,2,3,4)

62. White-naped Woodpecker (Black-backed Woodpecker, Black-backed Yellow Woodpecker) R Chrysocolaptes festivus(3)

63. Great Barbet (Great Hill Barbet, Great Himalayan Barbet) R Megalaima virens(1,2,3,4)

64. Brown-headed Barbet (GreenBarbet) R Megalaima zeylanica(1,2,3,4)

65. Lineated Barbet R Megalaima lineata(1,2,3,4)

66. Blue-throated Barbet R Megalaima asiatica(1,2,3,4)

67. Coppersmith Barbet (Crimson-breasted Barbet) R Megalaima haemacephala (1,2,3,4)

68. Indian Grey Hornbill (Common Grey Hornbill, Gray Hornbill) R Ocyceros birostris(1,2,3)

69. Great Hornbill (Great Pied Hornbill, Giant Hornbill) R Buceros bicornis(2,3)

70. Oriental Pied Hornbill (Indian Pied Hornbill, Pied Hornbill) R Anthracoceros albirostris(2,3)

71. Common Hoopoe(Hoopoe) R Upupa epops(1,2,3)

72. Indian Roller R Coracias benghalensis(1,2,3)

73. Dollarbird (Broad-billed Roller, Dark Roller, Asian Broad-billed Roller) R Eurystomus orientalis(1,2,3)

74. Common Kingfisher (Small Blue Kingfisher, Eurasian Kingfisher) R Alcedo atthis(1,2,3,4)

75. Blue-eared Kingfisher R Alcedo meninting

76. Oriental Dwarf Kingfisher R Ceyx erithacus

77. Stork-billed Kingfisher R Halcyon capensis(2,3)

78. White-throated Kingfisher (White-breasted Kingfisher) R Halcyon smyrnensis(1,2,3,4)

79. Crested Kingfisher (Greater Pied Kingfisher, Large-pied Kingfisher) R Megaceryle lugubris(1,2,3,4)

80. Pied Kingfisher (Lesser Pied Kingfisher, Small-pied Kingfisher) R Ceryle rudis(1,2,3,4)

81. Blue-bearded Bee-eater R Nyctyornis athertoni(1,2,3,4)

82. Green Bee-eater (Little Green Bee-eater) R Merops orientalis(1,2,3,4)

83. Blue-cheeked Bee-eater R Merops persicus(2)

84. Blue-tailed Bee-eater R Merops philippinus(1,2,3,4)

85. Chestnut-headed Bee-eater R Merops leschenaulti(1,2,3,4)

86. Pied Cuckoo (Pied Crested Cuckoo, Jacobin Cuckoo) P Clamator jacobinus(1,2,3)

87. Chestnut-winged Cuckoo (Red-winged Creasted Cuckoo) R Clamator coromandus(4)

88. Large Hawk Cuckoo R Hierococcyx sparverioides(2)

89. Common Hawk Cuckoo R Hierococcyx varius(1,2,3,4)

90. Hodgson's Hawk Cuckoo R Hierococcyx fugax(4)

91. Indian Cuckoo R Cuculus micropterus(1,2,3,4)

92. Eurasian Cuckoo (The Cuckoo, Common Cuckoo) R Cuculus canorus(1,2,3,4)

93. Oriental Cuckoo (Himalayan Cuckoo) R Cuculus saturatus(4)

94. Lesser Cuckoo (Small Cuckoo) R Cuculus poliocephalus(3,4)

95. Banded Bay Cuckoo (Indian Banded Bay Cuckoo, Bay-banded Cuckoo) R Cacomantis sonneratii(1,2,4)

96. Grey-bellied Cuckoo (Indian Plaintive Cuckoo, Grey-bellied Plaintive Cuckoo) R Cacomantis passerinus (1,2,3,4)

97. Drongo Cuckoo R Surniculus lugubris(1,2,3)

98. Asian Koel (Koel, Common Koel, Koel Cuckoo, Indian Koel) R Eudynamys scolopacea(1,2,3,4)

99. Green-billed Malkoha (Large Green-billed Malkoha) R Phaenicophaeus tristis(2)

100. Sirkeer Malkoha (Sirkeer Cuckoo, Sirkeer) R Phaenicophaeus leschenaultii(2,3,4)

101. Greater Coucal (Crow-pheasant, Common Coucal, Large Coucal) R Centropus sinensis(1,2,3)

102. Lesser Coucal(Small Coucal) R Centropus bengalensis(2)

103. Alexandrine Parakeet (Large Indian Parakeet, Large Parakeet) R Psittacula eupatria(1,2,3,4)

104. Rose-ringed Parakeet R Psittacula krameri(1,2,3,4)

105. Slaty-headed Parakeet R Psittacula himalayana(1,2,3,4)

106. Plum-headed Parakeet (Blossom-headed Parakeet) R Psittacula cyanocephala(1,2,3,4)

107. Red-breasted Parakeet (Moustached Parakeet, Rose-breasted Parakeet) R Psittacula alexandri(1,2,4)

108. Himalayan Swiftlet (Edible-nest Swiftlet) R Collocalia brevirostris(1,2,4)

109. White-throated Needletail (White-throated Spinetail Swift) S Hirundapus caudacutus(4)

110. Alpine Swift R Tachymarptis melba(1,2,3,4)

111. House Swift(Little Swift) R Apus affinis(1,2,3,4)

112. Crested Treeswift(Crested Swift) R Hemiprocne coronata(1,2,3)

113. Barn Owl R Tyto alba(1,2)

114. Grass Owl(Eastern Grass Owl) R Tyto capensis(2)

115. Mountain Scops Owl (Spotted Scops Owl) R Otus spilocephalus(4)

116. Oriental Scops Owl (Scops Owl, Little Scops Owl) R Otus sunia(1,2)

117. Collared Scops Owl R Otus bakkamoena(1,2)

118. Eurasian Eagle Owl (Great Horned Owl, Eagle Owl, Northern Eagle Owl) R Bubo bubo hemachalana(1,2)

119. Rock Eagle Owl R Bubo bubo bengalensis(3)

120. Brown Fish Owl R Ketupa zeylonensis(2,3)

121. Tawny Owl(Tawny Wood Owl) R Strix aluco(2)

122. Collared Owlet (Collared Pygmy) R Glaucidium brodiei(1,2,4)

123. Asian Barred Owlet(Barred Owlet) R Glaucidium cuculoides(1,2,4)

124. Jungle Owlet (Barred Jungle Owlet) R Glaucidium radiatum(1,2,3)

125. Spotted Owlet R Athene brama(1,2,3)

126. Brown Hawk Owl(Brown Boobook) R NinoX scutulata(1,2,3)

127. Grey Nightjar (Indian Jungle Nightjar, Jungle Nightjar, Highland Nightjar) R Caprimulgus indicus(2,3)

128. Large-tailed Nightjar (Long-tailed) R Caprimulgus macrurus(1,3)

129. Jerdon's Nightjar (Long-tailed Nightjar, Horsefield's Jungle Nightjar) R Caprimulgus atripennis(2)

130. Indian Nightjar (Common Indian Nightjar, Common Nightjar, Little Nightjar) R Caprimulgus asiaticus(2,3)

131. Savanna Nightjar (Franklin's) R Caprimulgus affinis(1,3)

132. Rock Pigeon (Blue Rock Pigeon) R Columba livia(1,2,3,4)

133. Hill Pigeon R Columba rupestris(4)

134. Snow Pigeon R Columba leuconota(4)

135. Common Wood Pigeon(Wood Pigeon) W Columba palumbus(1,2,4)

136. Speckled Wood Pigeon R Columba hodgsonii(4)

137. Oriental Turtle Dove (Rufous Turtle Dove, Eastern Rufous Turtle Dove) R Streptopelia orientalis(1,2,3,4)

138. Laughing Dove (Little Brown) R Streptopelia senegalensis(1,2,3,4)

139. Spotted Dove R Streptopelia chinensis(1,2,3,4)

140. Red Collared Dove (Red Turtle) R Streptopelia tranquebarica(2,3,4)

141. Eurasian Collared Dove (Indian Ring, Collared) R Streptopelia decaocto(1,2,3,4)

142. Emerald Dove (Green-winged Pigeon, Bronze-winged Dove) R Chalcophaps indica(1,2,3,4)

143. Yellow-footed Green Pigeon (Yellow-legged Green or Bengal, Yellow-footed Pigeon) R Treron phoenicoptera(1,2,3,4)

144. Pin-tailed Green Pigeon (Pin-tailed Pigeon) R Treron apicauda(4)

145. Wedge-tailed Green Pigeon (Wedge-tailed Pigeon) R Treron sphenura(1,4)

146. Slaty-legged Crake (Banded Crake,Slaty-legged Banded Crake) R Rallina eurizonoides(2)

147. Water Rail W Rallus aquaticus(2)

148. Brown Crake R Amaurornis akool(2)

149. White-breasted Waterhen R Amaurornis phoenicurus(1,2,3)

150. Baillon's Crake R Porzana pusilla(2)

151. Ruddy-breasted Crake (Ruddy) R Porzana fusca(2)

152. Purple Swamphen (Purple Moorhen, Purple Coot, Purple Gallinule) R Porphyrio porphyrio(2)

153. Common Moorhen (Moorhen, Waterhen, Indian Gallinule) R Gallinula chloropus(2,3)

154. Common Coot (Coot, Eurasian Coot, Black Coot) R Fulica atra(2,3)

155. Eurasian Woodcock(Woodcock) W Scolopax rusticola(2)

156. Solitary Snipe R Gallinago solitaria(2)

157. Wood Snipe R Gallinago nemoricola(2)

158. Pintail Snipe W Gallinago stenura(2)

159. Common Snipe (Fantail Snipe) W Gallinago gallinago(2)

160. Jack Snipe W Lymnocryptes minimus(2)

161. Black-tailed Godwit W Limosa limosa(2)

162. Spotted Redshank W Tringa erythropus(2)

163. Common Redshank (Redshank) W Tringa totanus(2,3)

164. Marsh Sandpiper W Tringa stagnatilis(2)

165. Common Greenshank (Greenshank) W Tringa nebularia(2,3)

166. Nordmann's Greenshank (Spotted Greenshank) V Tringa guttifer(3)

167. Green Sandpiper W Tringa ochropus(1,2,3)

168. Wood Sandpiper W Tringa glareola(2,3)

169. Terek Sandpiper W Xenus cinereus(2)

170. Common Sandpiper W Actitis hypoleucos(2,3)

171. Little Stint W Calidris minuta(2,3)

172. Temminck's Stint W Calidris temminckii(2)

173. Ruff W Philomachus pugnax(2)

174. Greater Painted-snipe (Painted Snipe) R Rostratula benghalensis(2)

175. Pheasant-tailed Jacana R Hydrophasianus chirurgus(2)

176. Bronze-winged Jacana R Metopidius indicus(2)

177. Eurasian Thick-knee (Stone-curlew, Stone-Plover) R Burhinus oedicnemus(1,2,3)

178. Great Thick-knee (Great Stone Plover) R Esacus recurvirostris(2,3)

179. Black-winged Stilt R Himantopus himantopus(2,3)

180. Pied Avocet (Avocet) W Recurvirostra avosetta(2)

181. Little Ringed Plover (Little Plover, Little Ring Plover) RW Charadrius dubius(1,2,3)

182. Kentish Plover RW Charadrius alexandrinus(2)

183. Northern Lapwing (Eurasian Lapwing, Lapwing) W Vanellus vanellus(1,2,3)

184. Yellow-wattled Lapwing R Vanellus malarbaricus(1,2)

185. River Lapwing (Spur-winged) R Vanellus duvaucelii(1,2,3)

186. Grey-headed Lapwing W Vanellus cinereus(2)

187. Red-wattled Lapwing R Vanellus indicus(1,2,3)

188. Small Pratincole (Small Indian Pratincole, Little Pratincole) R Glareola lactea(2,3)

189. Indian Skimmer W Rynchops albicollis(2)

190. Yellow-legged Gull (Herring) W Larus cachinnans(2,3)

191. Pallas's Gull (Great Black-headed) W Larus ichthyaetus(2)

192. Brown-headed Gull W Larus brunnicephalus(2,3)

193. Black-headed Gull (Common Black-headed Gull) W Larus ridibundus(2,3)

194. Caspian Tern W Sterna caspia(2)

195. River Tern (Indian River Tern) R Sterna aurantia(2,3)

196. Little Tern R Sterna albifrons(2,3)

197. Black-bellied Tern R Sterna acuticauda(2,3)

198. Whiskered Tern R Chlidonias hybridus(2)

199. Osprey R Pandion haliaetus(2,3)

200. Oriental Honey-buzzard (Honey Buzzard, Crested Honey Buzzard) W Pernis ptilorhyncus(1,2,3)

201. Black-shouldered Kite (Black-winged Kite) R Elanus caeruleus(1,2,3)

202. Black Kite (Pariah Kite, Dark Kite, Black-eared Kite) R Milvus migrans(1,2,3)

203. Brahminy Kite R Haliastur indus(1,2)

204. Pallas's Fish Eagle (Pallas's Fishing Eagle) R Haliaeetus leucoryphus(2,3)

205. Lesser Fish Eagle (Himalyan Grey-headed Fishing Eagle, Lesser Fishing Eagle) R Ichthyophaga humilis(2,3)

206. Grey-headed Fish Eagle (Himalayan, Grey-headed Fishing Eagle) R Ichthyophaga ichthyaetus(2)

207. Lammergeier (Bearded Vulture) R Gypaetus barbatus(1,2,4)

208. Egyptian Vulture (Small White, Scavenger) R Neophron percnopterus(1,2,3)

209. White-rumped Vulture (Indian White-backed Vulture, White-backed Vulture) R Gyps bengalensis(1,2,3)

210. Long-billed Vulture (Indian Long-billed, Indian Griffon) R Gyps indicus(1,2,3)

211. Himalayan Griffon (Himalayan Griffon Vulture) R Gyps himalayensis(2,3,4)

212. Eurasian Griffon (Griffon Vulture, Eurasian Griffon Vulture) R Gyps fulvus(1,2,3,4)

213. Cinereous Vulture (Black Vulture) R Aegypius monachus(2,3,4)

214. Red-headed Vulture (King Vulture, Black Vulture) R Sarcogyps calvus(1,2,3)

215. Short-toed Snake Eagle (Short-toed Eagle) R Circaetus gallicus(1,2,3)

216. Crested Serpent Eagle R Spilornis cheela(1,2,3)

217. Hen Harrier W (Northern Harrier) Circus cyaneus(2)

218. Pallid Harrier (Pale Harrier) W Circus macrourus(2)

219. Pied Harrier W Circus melanoleucos

220. Montagu's Harrier W Circus pygargus(2)

221. Crested Goshawk R Accipiter trivirgatus(2)

222. Shikra R Accipiter badius(1,2,3,4)

223. Besra (Besra Sparrow-hawk) W Accipiter virgatus(1,2,4)

224. Eurasian Sparrowhawk (Sparrow Hawk, Northern Sparrowhawk) W Accipiter nisus(2,3,4)

225. Northern Goshawk (Goshawk) W Accipiter gentilis(2,3,4)

226. White-eyed Buzzard (White-eyed Buzzard Eagle, White-eyed Hawk) R Butastur teesa(1,2,3,4)

227. Common Buzzard (Buzzard, Eurasian Buteo) W Buteo buteo(2,4)

228. Long-legged Buzzard (Long-legged Buteo) W Buteo rufinus(1,2,4)

229. Black Eagle R Ictinaetus malayensis(1,2,3,4)

230. Indian Spotted Eagle R Aquila hastata(2,3)

231. Greater Spotted Eagle W Aquila clanga(2,3)

232. Tawny Eagle (Eurasian Tawny Eagle) R Aquila rapax(2)

233. Steppe Eagle W Aquila nipalensis(2)

234. Imperial Eagle W Aquila heliaca(2,4)

235. Golden Eagle R Aquila chrysaetos(2,4)

236. Bonelli's Eagle (Bonelli's Hawk Eagle) R Hieraaetus fasciatus(2,4)

237. Booted Eagle (Booed Hawk Eagle) W Hieraaetus pennatus(2,4)

238. Rufous-bellied Eagle (Rufous-bellied Hawk Eagle) R Hieraaetus kienerii(4)

239. Changeable Hawk Eagle (Crested Hawk Eagle) R Spizaetus cirrhatus(1,2,3,4)

240. Mountain Hawk Eagle (Hodgson's Hawk Eagle, Legge's Hawk Eagle) R Spizaetus nipalensis(4)

241. Common Kestrel (Kestrel, Eurasian Kestrel) RW Falco tinnunculus(1,2,3,4)

242. Red-necked Falcon (Red-headed Merlin, Red-headed Falcon) R Falco chicquera(2)

243. Eurasian Hobby (Hobby, Northern Hobby) W Falco subbuteo(4)

244. Oriental Hobby (Indian Hobby) R Falco severus(2)

245. Laggar Falcon R Falco jugger(1,2)

246. Saker Falcon (Lanner) W Falco cherrug

247. Peregrine Falcon (Red-capped Falcon, Barbary Falcon) W Falco peregrinus(1,2,3)

248. Little Grebe R Tachybaptus ruficollis(1,4)

249. Red-necked Grebe V Podiceps grisgena (2)

250. Great Crested Grebe W Podiceps cristatus(2,3)

251. Black-necked Grebe W Podiceps nigricollis(2)

252. Darter (Indian Darter, Oriental Darter, Snakebird) R Anhinga melanogaster(3)

253. Little Cormorant R Phalacrocorax niger(2,3)

254. Indian Cormorant (Shag) R Phalacrocorax fuscicollis(2,3)

255. Great Cormorant (Cormorant, Large Cormorant) R Phalacrocorax carbo(2,3)

256. Little Egret R Egretta garzetta(2,3)

257. Grey Heron E Ardea cinerea(3)

258. Purple Heron R Ardea purpurea(2,3)

259. Great Egret (Large Egret) E Casmerodius albus(2,3)

260. Intermediate Egret (Smaller Egret, Plumed Egret, Median Egret) R Mesophoyx intermedia(2,3)

261. Cattle Egret R Bubulcus ibis(1,2,3)

262. Indian Pond Heron (Pond Heron) R Ardeola grayii(1,2,3)

263. Little Heron (Little Green Heron, Striated Heron) E Butorides striatus(2,3)

264. Black-crowned Night Heron (Night Heron) R Nycticorax nycticorax(1,3)

265. Little Bittern R Xobrychus minutus(2)

266. Yellow Bittern R Xobrychus sinensis(2)

267. Cinnamon Bittern (Chestnut Bittern) R Xobrychus cinnamomeus

268. Black Bittern R Dupetor flavicollis(2)

269. Black-headed Ibis (White Ibis / Oriental White Ibis) V Threskiornis melanocephalus (2)

270. Black Ibis (Red-naped Ibis) R Pseudibis papillosa(2)

271. Eurasian Spoonbill (Spoonbill, White Spoonbill) R Platalea leucorodia(2)

272. Great White Pelican (Rosy Pelican, White Pelican, Eastern White Pelican) W Pelecanus onocrotalus(2)

273. Painted Stork R Mycteria leucocephala(2,3)

274. Asian Openbill (Asian Openbill Stork, Openill, Openbill Stork) R Anastomus oscitans(2)

275. Black Stork W Ciconia nigra(3)

276. Woolly-necked Stork (White-necked) R Ciconia episcopus(2)

277. Black-necked Stork R Ephippiorhynchus asiaticus(3)

278. Hooded Pitta (Green-breasted Pitta) V Pitta sordida(1,2)

279. Indian Pitta S Pitta brachyura(1,2,3)

280. Long-tailed Broadbill R Psarisomus dalhousiae(4)

281. Golden-fronted Leafbird (Chloropsis) R Chloropsis aurifrons(1,2,3,4)

282. Orange-bellied Leafbird (Chloropsis) R Chloropsis hardwickii(3,4)

283. Rufous-tailed Shrike (Isabelline) W Lanius isabellinus(2,3)

284. Brown Shrike W Lanius cristatus(1,2)

285. Bay-backed Shrike R Lanius vittatus(2,3,4)

286. Long-tailed Shrike (Rufous-rumped, Black-headed,Rufous-backed Shrike) R Lanius schach(1,2,3,4)

287. Grey-backed Shrike (Tibetan) W Lanius tephronotus(2)

288. Great Grey Shrike R Lanius excubitor(3)

289. Southern Grey Shrike (Grey Shrike) R Lanius meridionalis(2)

290. Eurasian Jay(Jay) R Garrulus glandarius(2,4)

291. Black-headed Jay R Garrulus lanceolatus(2,4) (Black-throated Jay,Lanceolated Jay)

292. Yellow-billed Blue Magpie R Urocissa flavirostris(3,4) (Gold-billed Magpie)

293. Red-billed Blue Magpie R Urocissa erythrorhyncha(1,2,3,4) (Red-billed Magpie)

294. Common Green Magpie R Cissa chinensis(2,3,4)

295. Rufous Treepie (Indian Treepie) R Dendrocitta vagabunda(1,2,3,4)

296. Grey Treepie (Himalyan Treepie) R Dendrocitta formosae(1,2,3,4)

297. Spotted Nutcracker (Nutcracker/Eurasian) R Nucifraga caryocatactes(4)

298. Red-billed Chough R Pyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax(4)

299. Yellow-billed Chough R PyrrhocoraX graculus(4) (Alpine Chough)

300. House Crow R Corvus splendens(1,2,3,4)

301. Large-billed Crow (Jungle/Black Crow) R Corvus macrorhynchos(1,2,3)

302. Ashy Woodswallow (Ashy Swallow-shrike) R Artamus fuscus(3)

303. Eurasian Golden Oriole (Golden Oriole) R Oriolus oriolus(1,2,3)

304. Black-hooded Oriole (Black-headed) R Oriolus xanthornus(1,2,3,4)

305. Maroon Oriole R Oriolus traillii(1,2,3)

306. Large Cuckooshrike R Coracina macei(1,2,3)

307. Bar-bellied Cuckooshrike (Barred) R Coracina striata(2)

308. Black-winged Cuckooshrike R Coracina melaschistos(1,2,4) (Smaller Grey/Dark Cuckooshrike)

309. Black-headed Cuckooshrike R Coracina melanoptera(1,2,3,4)

310. Pied Triller (Pied Cuckooshrike) R Lalage nigra

311. Rosy Minivet W Pericrocotus roseus(1,2,3,4)

312. Ashy Minivet V Pericrocotus divaricatus

313. Small Minivet (Little Minivet) R Pericrocotus cinnamomeus(1,2,3,4)

314. Long-tailed Minivet R Pericrocotus ethologus(1,2,3,4)

315. Scarlet Minivet (Orange Minivet) R Pericrocotus flammeus(1,2,3,4)

316. Bar-winged Flycatcher-shrike R Hemipus picatus (1,2,3,4) (Pied Flycatcher-shrike, Pied Shrike, Pied Wood-Shrike)

317. Yellow-bellied Fantail r Rhipidura hypoxantha(1,2,3,4) (Yellow-bellied Fantail Flycatcher)

318. White-throated Fantail R Rhipidura albicollis(1,2,3,4) (White-throated Fantail Flycatcher)

319. White-browed Fantail (Flycatcher) R Rhipidura aureola(1,2,3,4) (White-breasted Fantail Flycatcher )

320. Black Drongo R Dicrurus macrocercus(1,2,3,4)

321. Ashy Drongo(Grey) R Dicrurus leucophaeus(1,2,3,4)

322. White-bellied Drongo R Dicrurus caerulescens(1,2,3,4) (White-vented Drongo)

323. Bronzed Drongo (Little Bronzed Drongo) R Dicrurus aeneus(4)

324. Lesser Racket-tailed Drongo R Dicrurus remifer(2) (Small Racket-tailed Drongo)

325. Spangled Drongo (Hair-crested) R Dicrurus hottentottus(1,2,3,4)

326. Black-naped Monarch R Hypothymis azurea(1,2,3,4) (Black-naped Flycatcher, Azure Flycatcher)

327. Asian Paradise-flycatcher R Terpsiphone paradisi(1,2,3,4) (Paradise-flycatcher)

328. Common Iora (Iora) R Aegithina tiphia(1,2,3,4)

329. Large Woodshrike V Tephrodornis pondicerianus (2)

330. Common Woodshrike R Tephrodornis pondicerianus(1,2,3,4) (Woodshrike, Lesser Wood-shrike)

331. White-throated Dipper V Cinclus cinclus(3,4) (White-breasted Dipper, Dipper)

332. Brown Dipper R Cinclus pallasii(2,3,4)

333. Blue-capped Rock Thrush R Monticola cinclorhynchus(1,2,3,4) (Blue-headed Rock Thrush)

334. Chestnut-bellied Rock Thrush R Monticola rufiventris(1,2,3,4)

335. Blue Rock Thrush W Monticola solitarius(1,2,3,4)

336. Blue Whistling Thrush (Whistling Thrush) R Myophonus caeruleus(1,2,3,4)

337. Pied Thrush (Pied Ground Thrush) R Zoothera wardii(4)

338. Orange-headed Thrush R Zoothera citrina cyanotus(1,2,3,4) (Orange-headed Ground Thrush)

339. Plain-backed Thrush R Zoothera mollissima(2,4) (Plain-backed Mountain Thrush)

340. 335.Long-tailed Thrush R Zoothera dixoni(4)

341. (Long-tailed Mountain Thrush)

342. Scaly Thrush R Zoothera dauma(1,2,3,4) (Speckled Mountain, Golden Mountain Thrush, White's Thrush)

343. Long-billed Thrush R Zoothera monticola(4) (Large Brown Thrush, Large Long-billed Thrush)

344. Tickell's Thrush R Turdus unicolor(1,2) (Indian Grey Thrush)

345. White-collared Blackbird R Turdus albocinctus(4)

346. Grey-winged Blackbird R Turdus boulboul(1,2,3,4)

347. Eurasian Blackbird R Turdus merula(2)

348. Chestnut Thrush (Grey-headed Thrush) R Turdus rubrocanus(4)

349. Dark-throated Thrush W Turdus ruficollis(1,2,3,4) (Red-throated/Black-throated Thrush)

350. Mistle Thrush R Turdus viscivorus(1,2,4)

351. Spotted Flycatcher W Muscicapa striata

352. Dark-sided Flycatcher R Muscicapa sibirica(1,2,3,4) (Sooty Flycatcher, Asian Sooty Flycatcher)

353. Asian Brown Flycatcher (Brown Flycatcher) W Muscicapa dauurica(1,2,3,4)

354. Rusty-tailed Flycatcher (Rufous-tailed Flycatcher) V Muscicapa ruficauda (2)

355. Ferruginous Flycatcher V Muscicapa ferruginea (2)

356. Rufous-gorgeted Flycatcher R Ficedula strophiata(1,2,3,4) (Orange-gorgeted Flycatcher)

357. Red-throated Flycatcher W Ficedula parva(1,2,3,4) (Red-breasted Flycatcher)

358. Kashmir Flycatcher W Ficedula subrubra(4) (Kashmir Red-breasted Flycatcher)

359. Snowy-browed Flycatcher R Ficedula hyperythra(1,3,4) (Rufous-breasted Blue Flycatcher)

360. Little Pied Flycatcher(Westermann's) R Ficedula westermanni(4)

361. Ultramarine Flycatcher R Ficedula superciliaris(1,2,3,4) (White-browed Blue Flycatcher)

362. Slaty-blue Flycatcher R Ficedula tricolor(1,2,3,4)

363. Verditer Flycatcher R Eumyias thalassina(1,2,3,4)

364. Small Niltava R Niltava macgrigoriae(1,2,4)

365. Rufous-bellied Niltava(Beautiful) R Niltava sundara(1,2,3,4)

366. Pale-chinned Flycatcher (Brook’s Flycatcher / Pale-chinned Blue Flycatcher) V Cyornis poliogenys (2)

367. Pale Blue Flycatcher V Cyornis unicolor (4)

368. Blue-throated Flycatcher R Cyornis rubeculoides(1,2,4)

369. Hill Blue Flycatcher R Cyornis banyumas (Large-billed Blue Flycatcher)

370. Tickell's Blue Flycatcher R Cyornis tickelliae(1,2,3,4) (Orange-breasted Blue Flycatcher)

371. Grey-canary Flycatcher R Culicicapa ceylonensis(1,2,3,4) (Grey-headed Flycatcher)

372. Siberian Rubythroat W Luscinia calliope(1,2,4) (Rubythroat, Eurasian Rubythroat)

373. White-tailed Rubythroat (Himalayan) R Luscinia pectoralis (1,2,4)

374. Bluethroat W Luscinia svecica (1,2,3,4)

375. Indian Blue Robin (Blue Chat) R Luscinia brunnea (1,2,4)

376. Orange-flanked Bush Robin R Tarsiger cyanurus (1,2,4) (Red-flanked Bluetail)

377. Golden Bush Robin R Tarsiger chrysaeus(2,4)

378. White-browed Bush Robin R Tarsiger indicus(3,4)

379. Oriental Magpie Robin R Copsychus saularis(1,2,3,4) (Magpie Robin, Asian Magpie Robin, Dayal)

380. White-rumped Shama(Shama) R Copsychus malabaricus(3)

381. Indian Robin R Saxicoloides fulicata(1,2,3,4) (Black Robin, Indian Chat)

382. Blue-capped Redstart R Phoenicurus coeruleocephalus(2,3,4) (Blue-headed Redstart)

383. Black Redstart W Phoenicurus ochruros(1,2,3,4)

384. Common Redstart(Redstart) V Phoenicurus phoenicurus

385. Hodgson's Redstart W Phoenicurus hodgsoni(2)

386. Blue-fronted Redstart R Phoenicurus frontalis(4)

387. White-capped Water Redstart R Chaimarrornis leucocephalus(1,2,3,4) (White-capped Redstart. River Chat)

388. Plumbeous Water Redstart R Rhyacornis fuliginosus(1,2,3,4) (Plumbeous Redstart)

389. White-bellied Redstart R Hodgsonius phaenicuroides(2) (Hodgson's Shortwing)

390. Blue-fronted Robin R Cinclidium frontale(4) (Blue-fronted Long-tailed Robin)

391. Grandala(Hodgson's) R Grandala coelicolor(4)

392. Little Forktail R Enicurus scouleri(2,4)

393. Black-backed Forktail R Enicurus immaculatus(2,4)

394. Slaty-backed Forktail R Enicurus schistaceus(2)

395. Spotted Forktail R Enicurus maculatus(2,4)

396. Common Stonechat R SaXicola torquata(1,2,3,4) (Collared Bushchat,Siberian Stonechat, Stonechat)

397. Pied Bushchat (Pied Stone-chat) R Saxicola caprata(1,2,3,4)

398. Grey Bushchat (Dark-grey Bushchat) R SaXicola ferrea(1,2,3,4)

399. Variable Wheatear W Oenanthe picata pictata(2) (Pied Chat, Pied Wheatear)

400. Rufous-tailed Wheatear W Oenanthe xanthoprymna(3) (Red-tailed Chat, Red-tailed Wheatear)

401. Desert Wheatear R Oenanthe deserti(1,2)

402. Isabelline Wheatear (Chat) W Oenanthe isabellina(1,2)

403. Brown Rock-chat (Indian Chat) R Cercomela fusca(1,2,3)

404. Spot-winged Starling R Saroglossa spiloptera(1,2) (Spotted-winged Stare, Spot-winged Stare)

405. Chestnut-tailed Starling R Sturnus malabaricus(1,2,3) (Grey-headed Myna)

406. White-headed Starling (Myna) R Sturnus erythropygius

407. Brahminy Starling R Sturnus pagodarum(1,2,3,4)

408. (Black-headed /Brahminy Myna)

409. Rosy Starling S Sturnus roseus(2) (Rosy Pastor, Rose-coloured Starling)

410. Common Starling W Sturnus vulgaris(1,2,3,4) (Starling, Eurasian Starling)

411. Asian Pied Starling (Pied Myna) R Sturnus contra(1,2,3,4)

412. Common Myna(Mynah) R Acridotheres tristis(1,2,3,4)

413. Bank Myna R Acridotheres ginginianus(1,2,3,4)

414. Jungle Myna R Acridotheres fuscus(1,2,3,4)

415. Chestnut-bellied Nuthatch R Sitta castanea(1,2,3,4)

416. White-tailed Nuthatch R Sitta himalayensis(2,4)

417. White-cheeked Nuthatch R Sitta leucopsis(4)

418. Eastern Rock Nuthatch R Sitta tephronota (4)

419. Velvet-fronted Nuthatch R Sitta frontalis(1,2,3,4) (Velvet-fronted Blue Nuthatch)

420. Wallcreeper W Tichodroma muraria(1,2,3,4)

421. Eurasian Treecreeper R Certhia familiaris(2,4) (Common Treecreeper, Northern Tree Creeper)

422. Bar-tailed Treecreeper R Certhia himalayana(1,2,3,4) (Himalayan Treecreeper)

423. Rusty-flanked Treecreeper R Certhia nipalensis(3,4) (Nepal Treecreeper)

424. Winter Wren R Troglodytes troglodytes(2,4) (Wren, Northern Wren)

425. Fire-capped Tit R Cephalopyrus flammiceps(3,4)

426. Rufous-naped Tit R Parus rufonuchalis(4) (Simla Black Tit, Dark-grey Tit)

427. Spot-winged Tit R Parus melanolophus(1,2,4) (Crested Black Tit, Black-crested Tit, Spot-winged Black Tit))

428. Grey-crested Tit R Parus dichrous(4) (Brown Crested Tit, Crested Brown Tit))

429. Great Tit (Grey Tit) R Parus major(1,2,3,4)

430. Green-backed Tit R Parus monticolus(1,2,3,4)

431. Black-lored Tit R Parus xanthogenys(2,4) (Yellow-cheeked Tit)

432. Yellow-cheeked Tit R Parus spilonotus(2,4) (Black-spotted Yellow Tit)

433. Yellow-browed Tit R Sylviparus modestus(4)

434. Black-throated Tit (Red-headed Tit) R Aegithalos concinnus(2,4)

435. White-throated Tit R Aegithalos niveogularis(4)

436. Pale Martin (Collared Sand Martin) W Riparia diluta(1)

437. Sand Martin (Collared Sand Martin) R Riparia riparia(2,3)

438. Plain Martin R Riparia paludicola(3) (Plain Sand Martin, Brown-throated Sand Martin, Sand Martin)

439. Dusky Crag Martin R Hirundo concolor(1,3,4)

440. Barn Swallow W Hirundo rustica(1,3,4) (Swallow, Common Swallow)

441. Wire-tailed Swallow R Hirundo smithii(1,2,3,4)

442. Red-rumped Swallow (Striated) R Hirundo daurica(1,2,3,4)

443. Striated Swallow (Larger Striated) R Hirundo striolata

444. Streak-throated Swallow R Hirundo fluvicola(1,2,3,4) (Indian Cliff Swallow)

445. Northern House Martin R Delichon urbica(3,4) (House Martin, Common House Martin, Eurasian House Martin)

446. Asian House Martin (Asian Martin) R Delichon dasypus(4)

447. Goldcrest R Regulus regulus(4)

448. Black-crested Bulbul R Pycnonotus m flaviventris(3,4)

449. Red-whiskered Bulbul R Pycnonotus jocosus(2,3,4)

450. White-eared Bulbul R Pycnonotus leucotis (White-cheeked Bulbul)

451. Himalayan Bulbul R Pycnonotus leucogeny(1,2,3,4) (White-cheeked Bulbul)

452. Red-vented Bulbul R Pycnonotus cafer(1,2,3,4)

453. Mountain Bulbul R Hypsipetes mcclellandii(4) (Rufous-bellied Bulbul)

454. Black Bulbul(Gray) R Hypsipetes leucocephalus(1,2,3,4)

455. Zitting Cisticola R Cisticola juncidis(1,2,3) (Streaked Fantail Warbler)

456. Striated Prinia R Prinia criniger(2,3,4) (Brown Hill Warbler/Prinia)

457. Hill Prinia R Prinia atrogularis(2,4) (Black-throated Hill Warbler/Prinia)

458. Grey-breasted Prinia R Prinia hodgsonii(1,2,3,4) (Franklin's Wren Warbler, Franklin's Prinia, Hodgson's Prinia)

459. Jungle Prinia R Prinia sylvatica(1,2,3) (Jungle Wren-Warbler, Large Prinia)

460. Ashy Prinia R Prinia socialis(1,2,3,4) (Ashy Wren Warbler)

461. Plain Prinia R Prinia inornata(2,3,4) (Plain Wren-Warbler, White-browed Prinia)

462. Oriental White-eye R Zosterops palpebrosus(1,2,3,4) (White-eye, Small White-eye)

463. Chestnut-headed Tesia R Tesia castaneocoronata(1,2,4) (Chestnut-headed Ground Warbler)

464. Pale-footed Bush Warbler R Cettia pallidipes(3,4) (Blanford's Bush Warbler)

465. Brownish-flanked Bush Warbler R Cettia fortipes(4) (Strong-footed Bush Warbler, Brown-flanked Bush Warbler)

466. Aberrant Bush Warbler R Cettia flavolivacea(4)

467. Grey-sided Bush Warbler R Cettia brunnifrons(1,2,4) (Rufous-capped Bush Warbler)

468. Spotted Bush Warbler R Bradypterus thoracicus(4)

469. Blyth's Reed Warbler W Acrocephalus dumetorum(1,2,3)

470. Booted Warbler W Hippolais caligata(3) (Booted Tree Warbler)

471. Common Tailorbird (Tailorbird) R Orthotomus sutorius(1,2,3,4)

472. Common Chiffchaff W Phylloscopus collybita(2,3,4) (Brown Leaf Warbler, Chiffchaff)

473. Plain Leaf Warbler V Phylloscopus neglectus (2)

474. Dusky Warbler W Phylloscopus fuscatus(3,4) (Dusky Leaf Warbler)

475. Smoky Warbler (Smoky Willow Warbler / Smoky Leaf Warbler) V Phylloscopus fuligiventer (2)

476. Tickell's Leaf Warbler W Phylloscopus affinis(1,2,4) (Tickell's Warbler)

477. Sulphur-bellied Warbler W Phylloscopus griseolus(1,2,3,4) (Olivaceous Leaf Warbler)

478. Buff-barred Warbler R Phylloscopus pulcher(4) (Orange-barred Leaf Warbler)

479. Ashy-throated Warbler R Phylloscopus maculipennis(4) (Grey-faced Leaf Warbler)

480. Lemon-rumped Warbler R Phylloscopus chloronotus(1,2,3,4) (Pallas's Leaf Warbler, Yellow-rumped Leaf Warbler)

481. Brooks's Leaf Warbler W Phylloscopus subviridis(3)

482. Yellow-browed Warbler W Phylloscopus inornatus(2,3,4) (Inornate Leaf Warbler, Plain Leaf Warbler)

483. Hume's Warbler W Phylloscopus humei(1,2,4) (Plain Leaf Warbler, Yellow-browed Warbler)

484. Greenish Warbler W Phylloscopus trochiloides(1,2,3,4) (Dull Green Leaf Warbler, Greenish Tree Warbler)

485. Large-billed Leaf Warbler (Large-billed Tree Warbler) V Phylloscopus magnirostris (2,4)

486. Tytler's Leaf Warbler R Phylloscopus tytleri(3,4) (Slender-billed Warbler)

487. Western Crowned Warbler R Phylloscopus occipitalis(1,2,3,4) (Large Crowned Leaf Warbler)

488. Blyth's Leaf Warbler(Crowned) R Phylloscopus reguloides(2)

489. Golden-spectacled Warbler R Seicercus burkii(1,2,3,4) (Black-browed Flycatcher Warbler, Yellow-eyed Warbler)

490. Whistler’s Warbler (Golden-spectacled Warbler) R Seicercus whistleri (1,2,3,4)

491. Grey-hooded Warbler R Seicercus xanthoschistos(1,2,3,4) (Grey-headed Flycatcher Warbler, Grey-headed Warbler)

492. White-throated Laughingthrush R Garrulax albogularis(2,3,4)

493. White-crested Laughingthrush R Garrulax leucolophus(1,2,3,4)

494. Striated Laughingthrush R Garrulax striatus(1,2,4)

495. Rufous-chinned Laughingthrush R Garrulax rufogularis(1,2,4)

496. Spotted Laughingthrush R Garrulax ocellatus(4) (White-spotted Laughingthrush)

497. Streaked Laughingthrush R Garrulax lineatus(2,4)

498. Variegated Laughingthrush R Garrulax variegatus(4)

499. Chestnut-crowned Laughingthrush R Garrulax erythrocephalus(4) (Red-headed Laughingthrush)

500. Puff-throated Babbler (Spotted Babbler) R Pellorneum ruficeps(1,2,3,4)

501. Rusty-cheeked Scimitar Babbler R Pomatorhinus erythrogenys(1,2,3,4)

502. White-browed Scimitar Babbler R Pomatorhinus schisticeps(1,2) (Slaty-headed Scimitar Babbler)

503. Streak-breasted Scimitar Babbler (Rufous necked Scimitar Babbler) V Pomatorhinus ruficollis (2)

504. Scaly-breasted Wren Babbler R Pnoepyga albiventer(1,3) (Greater Scaly-breasted Wren Babbler)

505. Nepal Wren Babbler R Pnoepyga immaculata (2)

506. Black-chinned Babbler R Stachyris pyrrhops(1,2,3,4) (Red-billed Babbler)

507. Tawny-bellied Babbler R Dumetia hyperythra(1,3) (Rufous-bellied Babbler, White-throated Babbler)

508. Yellow-eyed Babbler R Chrysomma sinense(1,2,3,4)

509. Common Babbler R Turdoides caudatus(1,2,3,4)

510. Striated Babbler R Turdoides earlei(2)

511. Large Grey Babbler R Turdoides malcolmi(2,3)

512. Rufous Babbler R Turdoides subrufus

513. Jungle Babbler R Turdoides striatus(1,2,3,4)

514. Silver-eared Mesia R Leiothrix argentauris(4)

515. Red-billed LeiothriX (Pekin Robin) R Leiothrix lutea(1,2,4)

516. White-browed Shrike Babbler R Pteruthius flaviscapis(4) (Red-winged Shrike Babbler)

517. Green Shrike Babbler R Pteruthius Xanthochlorus(4)

518. Chestnut-tailed Minla R Minla strigula(4) (Bar-throated Siva/Minla)

519. White-browed Fulvetta R Alcippe vinipectus(4) (White-browed Tit Babbler)

520. Rufous Sibia R Heterophasia capistrata(2,4) (Black-capped Sibia)

521. Whiskered Yuhina R Yuhina flavicollis(4) (Yellow-naped Yuhina)

522. Stripe-throated Yuhina R Yuhina gularis(4)

523. Rufous-vented Yuhina R Yuhina occipitalis

524. Black-chinned Yuhina R Yuhina nigrimenta(4)

525. Lesser Whitethroat W Sylvia curruca blythi(1,2,3)

526. Singing Bushlark (Lark) R Mirafra cantillans(2)

527. Indian Bushlark R Mirafra erythroptera(2) (Red-winged Bushlark, Indian Lark)

528. Rufous-winged Bushlark R Mirafra affinis(2) (Rufous-winged Lark, Bush Lark)

529. Ashy-crowned Sparrow Lark R EremopteriX grisea(1,2,3) (Ashy-crowned Finch Lark)

530. Sand Lark R Calandrella raytal(3)

531. Crested Lark R Galerida cristata(1,2,)

532. Eurasian Skylark W Alauda arvensis(2,3) (Skylark, Common Skylark)

533. Oriental Skylark R Alauda gulgula(1,2,3) (Eastern Skylark, Oriental Lark, Indian Lark, Little Skylark)

534. Thick-billed Flowerpecker R Dicaeum agile(1,2,3)

535. Pale-billed Flowerpecker R Dicaeum erythrorynchos(1,2,3) (Tickell's / Small Flowerpecker)

536. Fire-breasted Flowerpecker R Dicaeum ignipectus(1,2,3,4) (Buff -bellied Flowerpecker

537. Purple Sunbird R Nectarinia asiatica(1,2,3,4)

538. Mrs Gould's Sunbird R Aethopyga gouldiae(1,2,4) (Gould's Sunbird)

539. Green-tailed Sunbird R Aethopyga nipalensis(4) (Nepal Yellow-backed Sunbird, Nepal Sunbird)

540. Crimson Sunbird R Aethopyga siparaja(1,2,3,4) (Yellow-backed Sunbird, Scarlet-breasted Sunbird)

541. Fire-tailed Sunbird R Aethopyga ignicauda(2,4)

542. House Sparrow R Passer domesticus(1,2,3,4)

543. Spanish Sparrow W Passer hispaniolensis

544. Russet Sparrow R Passer rutilans(1,2,4) (Cinnamon Tree Sparrow, Cinnamon Sparrow)

545. Eurasian Tree Sparrow(Tree Sparrow) R Passer montanus(2,3,4)

546. Chestnut-shouldered Petronia R Petronia xanthocollis(1,2,3,4) (Yellow-throated Sparrow, Chestnut-shouldered Rock Sparrow)

547. Forest Wagtail W Dendronanthus indicus(2)

548. White Wagtail (Pied Wagtail) W Motacilla alba personata(1,2,3)

549. White Wagtail (Pied Wagtail) W Motacilla alba alboides(2)

550. White Wagtail (Pied Wagtail) W Motacilla alba dukhunensis(2)

551. White-browed Wagtail R Motacilla maderaspatensis(1,2,3,4) (Large Pied Wagtail)

552. Citrine Wagtail W Motacilla citreola citreola(1,2,3) (Yellow-headed/hooded Wagtail)

553. Citrine Wagtail W Motacilla citreola calcarata

554. Yellow Wagtail W Motacilla flava beema(1,2,3)

555. Grey Wagtail W Motacilla cinerea(1,2,3,4)

556. Richard's Pipit W Anthus richardi

557. Paddyfield Pipit (Indian Pipit) R Anthus rufulus(1,2,3)

558. Tawny Pipit W Anthus campestris(3)

559. Blyth's Pipit W Anthus godlewskii

560. Long-billed Pipit (Brown Rock pipit) R Anthus similis(3)

561. Tree Pipit (Eurasian Tree Pipit) W Anthus trivialis(1,2,3)

562. Olive-backed Pipit W Anthus hodgsoni(1,2,3,4) (Indian Tree Pipit, Olive Tree Pipit, Hodgson's Tree Pipit)

563. Rosy Pipit R Anthus roseatus(4) (Vinaceous-breasted Pipit, Rose-breasted Pipit)

564. Upland Pipit R Anthus sylvanus(4)

565. Alpine Accentor R Prunella collaris(4)

566. Altai Accentor W Prunella himalayana(4) (Rufous-streaked Accentor)

567. Robin Accentor R Prunella rubeculoides(2,4)

568. Rufous-breasted Accentor R Prunella strophiata(4)

569. Brown Accentor R Prunella fulvescens(2,4)

570. Black-throated Accentor W Prunella atrogularis(4)

571. Black-breasted Weaver R Ploceus benghalensis(2,3) (Black-throated Weaver/Weaver Bird)

572. Baya Weaver(Baya) R Ploceus philippinus(1,2,3)

573. Red Avadavat (Red Munia) R Amandava amandava(1,2,3)

574. Indian Silverbill R Lonchura malabarica(1,2,3) (White-throated Munia/Silverbill, Common Silverbill)

575. White-rumped Munia (White-backed Munia, Striated Munia, Sharp-tailed Munia) R Lonchura striata (2)

576. Scaly-breasted Munia R Lonchura punctulata(1,2,3,4) (Spotted Munia, Nutmeg Mannikin)

577. Black-headed Munia R Lonchura malacca(3) (Chestnut Munia)

578. Fire-fronted Serin R Serinus pusillus(1,4) (Gold-fronted Serin, Red-fronted Serin)

579. Yellow-breasted Greenfinch R Carduelis spinoides(1,2,4) (Himalayan Greenfinch, Himalayan Goldfinch)

580. European Goldfinch R Carduelis carduelis(1,2,4) (Goldfinch, Eurasian Goldfinch)

581. Plain Mountain Finch R Leucosticte nemoricola(4) (Hodgson's Mountain Finch)

582. Spectacled Finch R Callacanthis burtoni(4) (Red-browed Finch)

583. Dark-breasted Rosefinch R Carpodacus nipalensis(4) (Nepal Rosefinch)

584. Common Rosefinch W Carpodacus erythrinus(1,2,3,4)

585. Beautiful Rosefinch R Carpodacus pulcherrimus(2,4)

586. Pink-browed Rosefinch R Carpodacus rodochrous(1,2,4)

587. Scarlet Finch R Haematospiza sipahi(4)

588. Red Crossbill (Crossbill) R Loxia curvirostra(4)

589. Brown Bullfinch R Pyrrhula nipalensis(4)

590. Red-headed Bullfinch R Pyrrhula erythrocephala(4)

591. Black-and-yellow Grosbeak R Mycerobas icterioides(4)

592. Collared Grosbeak (Allied Grosbeak) R Mycerobas affinis(4)

593. Spot-winged Grosbeak R Mycerobas melanozanthos(4) (Spotted-winged Grosbeak)

594. Crested Bunting R Melophus lathami(1,2,4)

595. Yellowhammer V Emberiza citrinella

596. Pine Bunting W Emberiza leucocephalos(3,4)

597. Rock Bunting R Emberiza cia(1,2,4) (Eurasian Rock-Bunting)

598. Grey-necked Bunting W Emberiza buchanani(2,4)

599. White-capped Bunting W Emberiza stewarti(1,2,3,4) (Chestnut-breasted Bunting)

600. Chestnut-eared Bunting W Emberiza fucata(1,2,3,4) (Grey-headed Bunting)

601. Little Bunting V Emberiza pusilla (2)

602. Black-headed Bunting W Emberiza melanocephala(1,2,4)

603. Red-headed Bunting W Emberiza bruniceps(2,4)

604. Reed Bunting (Common Reed Bunting) W Emberiza schoeniclus(3)]

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